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26/02/24

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26/02/24

Primary & secondary pupils visited Cecil Sharp House today as part of modulo music scheme to encourage young people to join music ensembles & orchestras Pupils had a great time & can’t wait to preform on 1st July! 🎶 🎺🎷🎹 pic.twitter.com/wTQjHbungJ

22/02/24

Thank you to our Director of Music & fab facilities team who have ensured our ukulele’s can be displayed with pride! Look out for primary ukulele club starting soon! pic.twitter.com/3gYPDHxPY5

20/02/24

Can you spare £10?Crowdfunding to support children and their families at Harris Academy Tottenham. on JustGiving https://t.co/c1qDsH7h9f

20/02/24

Our Year 5 travel ambassadors are out with and to monitor speed of drivers near our academy pic.twitter.com/p0eRECTyDL

19/02/24

It’s never ok to target women with unwanted sexual advances and intimidating remarks. It’s abusive and it’s sexual harassment. Stop it by telling our charity what you know, 100% anonymously. Let’s make the streets safer for our women and girls.

19/02/24

6th Formers learning how the culture at university can often be focussed around ways to “by-pass consent”

19/02/24

Provocative talk on sex & consumerist attitudes to consent & aggressive and intimidation around relationships pic.twitter.com/Ce72EW0Kn8

19/02/24

EDUCATION TO END GENDER INEQUALITY AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE  Our 6th Form transfixed by our annual workshop with Bold Voices https://t.co/CJoaQ89cuD pic.twitter.com/qeANeKBltf

19/02/24

A lovely new paved pedestrianised roadway emerging on Burdock Road, pic.twitter.com/29TJNjIntT

14/02/24

Things are taking shape at the end of Ashley Road- take a look at this video to see progress so far! https://t.co/gH0zgKQPGA

12/02/24

If you want to work in an academy with👉excellent behaviour in lessons👉a no-marking policy👉a supportive SLT and a collaborative cultureThen come and work with us at Harris Tottenham and apply below. Visitors are more than welcome. pic.twitter.com/0m8ewJcTjb

12/02/24

If you want to work in an academy with👉excellent behaviour in lessons👉a no-marking policy👉a supportive SLT and a collaborative cultureThen come and work with us at Harris Tottenham and apply below. Visitors are more than welcome. pic.twitter.com/0m8ewJcTjb

12/02/24

“No luck needed…I’m here to eliminate luck..” says one student here to revise & prep for their GCSEs in chemistry & geography pic.twitter.com/srjg0B1jAZ

08/02/24

So how is the park transformation going? Well today - nowhere ! Rain stops play - save for the Egyptian ducks pic.twitter.com/8JOSlNgGIW

08/02/24

Another highlight from .., luckily at HLAW we don’t believe that ‘bambinatum est magitum’ pic.twitter.com/6hV4ILVwpk

08/02/24

Another highlight from .., luckily at HLAW we don’t believe that ‘bambinatum est magitum’ pic.twitter.com/6hV4ILVwpk

08/02/24

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Posted on August 19th 2022

Excellent Key Stage 5 Results 2022

HATO 6th.1We have celebrated a fantastic year of results at HATO today, with the best progress outcomes for a sizeable cohort since the Sixth Form began.

Our Year 13 students have achieved excellently in our very first season of mixed A level and vocational qualifications.

In Philosophy, History, English Literature, Politics and Psychology, students achieved outstanding results, testament to the extraordinary efforts of the students themselves and the staff who offered so much additional intervention in the final months running up to the exams.

HATO 6thOverall, our students achieved an average of a C grade, and top grades were achieved in History, English Literature, Politics, Psychology, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.

We recognise that this cohort had an especially unusual journey through their GCSE and post-16 education, having had more “lost learning” at crucial times during year 11 and 12 than any other group, and not having sat external or final internal examinations at key stage 4. We are therefore especially proud of the amazing progress that the entire year group has made during their final year of education; each student has improved by over 1.5 grades on average in each of their subjects since November, representing a gain of nearly 5 grades per student.

Of utmost importance is that each student has secured the grades needed to progress to their next steps: 10% are going on to apprenticeships, 4% into employment and 86% to university.

We particularly celebrate some of our students whose endeavour has secured them places onto prestigious courses across Europe:

  • Kamil, who achieved A*, A, A in Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics and will go on to read Medicine in Italy;
  • Hajar, who gained A, A, A in History, Politics and Psychology and will read Politics at UCL;
  • Ahlam, who gained A, A, A in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics and will read Pharmacology at Kings College London;
  • Lewis, who gained A,B,B in English, History and Psychology and will read English Literature at Warwick University;
  • Rachael, who gained A, B, B in English Literature, Psychology, and Religious Studies and will read Social Anthropology at Manchester University;
  • Ayan, who gained A*ABB in EPQ, Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics and will read Biomedical Sciences at UCL.
  • Babadi, who gained DD*D* and will go on to study Business and Management at Greenwich University.